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THE SOU'WESTER 

of 1943 



SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY 
GEORGETOWN, TEXAS 



Merrelle Adkins, Editor Jokn H. Lundtlad, Bus. Mgr. 

G. B. VV olcott, J acuity Adviser 

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IN MEMORIAM 




DR. HERBERT LEE GRAY 

Yet in these ears, till hearing dies, 
One slow set bell will seem to toll 
The passing of the sweetest soul 
That ever looked with human eyes. 

A soul kindled with love for service amidst perils abroad and in long, 
loving devotion to youth at home, he has left with us a sacred memory of a 
Southwestern gentleman-scholar, passionately devoted to the advancement of 
his Master's Kingdom. His impress for good is deep in the life of the South- 
western he loved and made greater by his beautiful consecration, and she will 
ever treasure the memory of his devoted soul — Claud Howard. 



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March 29, i 943 
D ear Students: 

to record }*? book ln w hich wo v, 
^ich have meant ?S SS raont ^?hose ^ ° f 

a * School. Fn^ the ffl0S t to Von ^. thln ^ S 

happiopt * or our college v r° thls year 
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to re^^^ that tnl s ^^f the 

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st»rr J he Cus ton] and f-ho , 
staff to dedic?tp ?£• he Pleasure nf +u 
whom we feel £f thls b ook to «L f the 
lives or to m Con tributed °rf°?? perso » 
there °L L school. ^m* 6 ** 1 * to our 

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d eservinr^ egard > *e feel th°f T! have » 
students^? V ur hon °** ?nd r7«n ^^ *°st 
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- xy ^ Sou'wester. 



Tr ery sincerely, 



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!. SCORE 



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J. N. R. SCORE 

A.B.. B.D., Th.D., D.D. 

President Southwestern University 



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OSCAR A. ULLRICH 

B.A., M.A., Ph.D. 
Dean of Faculty, 
Head of. Department of 

Education and Psychology 



RUTH MORGAN FERGUSON 

B.A., MA. 
Dean of Women 
Professor of English 





COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES 



ijOHN C. GODBEY 

B.A., MA. 
Professor and Head of 
the Department of 
Physical Sciences 



CLAUD HOWARD 
B.A., MA., Ph.D. 
Professor and Head of 
the Department of 
English 



M. L. WILLIAMS 

B.A., MA. 
Professor and Head of 
the Department of Busi- 
ness Administration, 
Economics, and 
Sociology 



GEORGE C. HESTER 

B.A., MA. 
Professor and Head of 
the Department of His- 
tory and Government 





WILLIAM C. FINCH 
B.A, S.T.B., Th.M., 
Ph.D. 

Associate Professor and 

Head of the Department 

of Religion and 

Philosophy 



THOMAS H. MARSH 

B.A., MA., B.D. 
Associate Professor and 
Head of the Department of 
Speech and Drama 



GORDON B. WOLCOTT 

B.S., M.S., Ph.D. 
Associate Professor and Head 
of the Department of Biologi- 
cal Sciences 



LUTHER J. 
WAGGONER 

B.A., B.D., MA. 
Associate Profes- 
sor of Religion 
and History 





RANDOLPH M. 
MEDLEY 

B.A. 
Director of Athletics 
Head Coach 
Associate Professor of 
Business Administration 
and Psychology 



JOHN W. SIMMONS 

B.A., M.A., Ph.D. 
Assistant Professor 
Education and Re- 
ligious Education 



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HORACE L. OLSON 

B.S., M.S., Ph.D. 
Assistant Professor of 
Mathematics 



WILLIAM M. 
PATTERSON 
B.A., Ph.D. 
Assistant Professor and 
Acting Head of Depart- 
ment of Foreign 
Language 



GORDON H. 
FAIRBANKS 
B.A., M.A. 
Assistant Professor of 
German and French 



CLARENCE A. SHEETS 

B.A., M.A. 
Assistant Professor of Edu- 
cation and Physical Educa- 
tion, Director of Physical 
Training for Men 



JOE EDWIN BROWN 

B.S., M.S. 
Assistant Profeseor-of Business 
Administration, Economics, 
and Sociology 




LUCY BELLE 
MORGAN 

B.A., M.A. 
Instructor of 
Spanish 




3PRIGG HARWOOD 

B.A., M.A. 
Instructor of English 



MARGARET T. 
McKENZIE 

B.A. 
Instructor of Speech 



3ARA M. WRIGHT 

BA. 
Jniversity Nurse 
instructor of Red Cross 



MARY WILCOX 

B.A. 
Instructor of Mathe- 
matics and Chemistry 



courses 





ANNA FAIRBANKS 

B.A., M.A. 
Instructor of English 
and German 



BOB MARION 
BROWN 

B.A. 
Instructor of 
Physics 



RUTH MARY NELSON 

B.S. 
Instructor of Physical 
Education 



PEARL SIMMONS 

BA. 
Fellow in Business 
Administration 





THE SCHOOL OF FINE ARTS 



HENRY E. MEYER 

B.A., B.M., B.S., 

Mus.D. 
Dean of School of Fine 
Arts, Professor of Piano, 
Organ, and Theory 



ROXIE HAGOPIAN 

B.A., B.M. 
Associate Professor 
Voice, Conductor of 
Chorus 



of 



CARL B. COMPTON 

B.A., B.F.A. 
Associate Professor 
Art 



of 



THOMAS MINARD 
JOHNSON 

B.F.A. 
Director of Band, As- 
sistant Professor of 
Public School Music 



JOSEPH D. CASTLE 
Director of Orchestra 
Instructor of Violin 



IOLA BOWDEN 

B.F.A., M.M. 
Instructor of Piano and Theory 



MIDRED COMPTON 
Instructor of Art 




J. FRANCIS COX 
Band Director 
Fellow in Music 
Theory 




ADMINISTRATION AND STAFF 



!AAC JOEL McCOOK PEARL ALMA NEAS 
usiness Manager Registrar 



IARGARET MOOD 


MARY MAUDE 


IcKENNON 


WEDEMEYER 


B.A. 


B.A., M.A. 


.brarian 


Assistant Librarian 






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LOIS CLARKE 
Assistant Registrar 



LOUISE I. 
RADER 

Bookkeeper and 
Cashier 



J. Y. GATES M. HOWARD KNOX 

B.A., MA. Director of Public 

Executive Secretary South- Relations 
western Ex-students' 
Association 





LORENA MOSES 
Hostess of Laura 
Kuykendall Hall 



D. L. McCREE 
Pastor of First 
Methodist Church 



EDNA G. LEHMBERG 
Supervisor of the 
Dining Hall 



MARJORIE BEECH 
Secretary to the 
President 




JOHN R. MARTIN 

M.D. 
University Physician 



F. C. ROBERTS 
Campus Engineer 







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PRIVATE DOE 



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JAMES MELBERT 
President 



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ELIZABETH FLANAGAN 
Secretary 



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MOLLY HOSKINS 
Vice-President 



ADKINS, MERRELLE 

Port Arthur 
Major: Spanish; Minor: English. 
Alpha Chi '42-'43. Pi Gamma Mu '42-'43. Board of 
Student Publications '4I-'42 ( '42-'43. Editor of '43 
Sou'wester. University Honor Court '42-'43. Editor 
Sou'wester '42. 

ALLEN, JAMES R. 

Corsicana 
Major: Chemistry; Minor: Mathematics and Physics. 
Alpha Chi '41-'42, '42-'43; Pres. '42-'43. Southwestern 
Science Society '40-'41, '41-'42, '42-'43; Vice Pres., '40- 
'41, '41-'42. Who's Who in American Colleges '42-'43. 
Best Student Citizen '41-'42. Exec. Council of Inde- 
pendent Organization. Chemistry Tutor. 



BANCROFT, EDWIN 

Powell 
Major: Chemistry; Minor: Biology. 
Football '39-'40, '40-'41, '41-'42, '42-'43. Basketball '39- 
'40, '40-'41, '41-'42, '42-' 43. Student Government '41- 
'42. "S" Association. 

BARBER, SARAH 
Jacksonville 
Major: Speech and Drama; Minor: English. 
Zeta Tau Alpha, Historian '42-'43. Speech Club '41- 
'42 Mask & Wig '41-' 42, '42-' 43. English Assistant '42. 
French Club '41-' 42. 





BARTON, ROBERT 

San Saba 
Major: Religion and Philosophy; Minor: History. 
Kappa Sigma. Megaphone '41 -'42. Band '38-' 39, '39- 
'40, '40-'41, '41-'42, '42-'43. 

BARTOSH, ALICE 

Granger 
Major: Speech and Drama; Minor: English. 
Independent Beauty '41 -'42. 



BERGNER, HANS 

Doss 
Major: History and Government; Minor: Economics. 
Kappa Alpha. Varsity Track '42-'43. Pi Gamma Mu. 
University Honor Court '42-'43. Ministerial Associa- 
tion. 

BIEBERSTEIN, PAUL 

Galena Park 
Major: Physical Education; Minor: Mathematics. 
Band '39-'40; Basketball. President Mood Hall Honor 
Council '42-'43. Senate. Vice President Sports Club 
'42. President Sports Club '43. Student Assistant in 
Physical Education. Assistant Sports Editor of 
Megaphone. 




BRIGMAN, FRED 

Uvalde 
Major: Business Administration; Minor: Economics. 
Kappa Alpha, Vice President '41 -'42. Panhellenic 
Council, President '41--42. 

BROCKETTE, MARY RUTH 

Holland 
Major: Elementary Education; Minor: Bible. 
Alpha Delta Pi, Chaplain '42. Chorus, '39-'40, '40-'41, 
'41-'42. Chapel Choir '42-'43. Sports Club. Library 
Staff '39-'40, '40-'41, '41-'42, '42-'43. S.C.R.A 



CARLYLE, MARY JO 

Troup 
Major: Business Administration; Minor: Economics. 
Alpha Delta Pi, Vice President '42-'43. Band '40-'41, 
'41 -'42. Pi Gamma Mu. Alpha Chi. Student Assist- 
ant in English. 

CARTER, MITTIE SUE 

Conroe 
Major: Elementary Education; Minor: Art. 
Zeta Tau Alpha, Treasurer '42-'43. Mask <S Wig '39- 
'40, '40-'41. Sports Club '41-'42, '42-'43. Art Club '41- 
'42. 



BILHARTZ, HARRELL 

Breckenridge 
Major: Chemistry; Minor: Mathematics. 
Kappa Alpha. Southwestern Science Society. Texas 
Academy of Science. 

BINFORD, SYDNEY GEORGE 

Edna 
Major: Art; Minor: Drama. 

Alpha Delta Pi, Chaplain '41-'42. Who's Who in 
Am. Colleges, '42-'43. Alpha Chi '42-'43. Mask & Wig 
'40-'41, '41 -'42, '42-'43. Secretary-Treasurer Speech 
Club '41-'42. Southwestern Magazine, Assistant '40- 
'41, Art Editor '41 -'42, Editor 42-'43. Social Chairman 
of Pan Am. Club. 



BISHOP, MARTHA LOU 

Marfa 
Major: Public School Music; Minor: Voice. 
Chorus '39-'40, '40-'41, '41-'42, '42-'43. Annual Staff 
'39-'40, '40-'41, '41-' 42, '42-'43. Recreation Chairman 
of S. C. R. A. *41-'42. Pan Am. Club. L. K. Hall Honor 
Court '41. Pres. Independent Girls '41. Musician's 
Club '40-'41, '41 -'42. Independent Exec. Council '42- 
'43. Mozart Club '41-'42, '42-'43. Chapel Choir '42-'43. 

BLALOCK, JESSE 

Marshall 
Major: Chemistry; Minor: Biology. 
Kappa Sigma. 




COBB, ALBERT 

Calvert 
Major: Physical Education; Minor: History. 
Football '39-'40, '40-'41, '41-'42, '42-'43. Basketball '39- 
'40, '40-'41, '41-'42, '42-'43. "S" Association. President 
Sports Club '41-'42. Executive Council Independent 
Association '41 -'42. 

COBB, SAM 
Calvert 
Major: Business Administration; Minor: Economics. 



COOKE, EVELYN 

Georgetown 
Major: English; Minor: Education 
Alpha Delta Pi. Band '39-'40. Spanish Club '39-'40. 
Sigma Tau Delta '40-'41-'42-'43. Mask & Wig '39-'40- 
'41. Pi Gamma Mu '42-'43. Sports Club '42-'43. 

EDGE, LYNETTE 

Bryan 
Major: English; Minor: Speech. 
Alpha Delta Pi, Historian '41 -'42. Band Section Sgt. 
Secretary Alpha Chi. Pi Gamma Mu. Student Senate 
'42-'43. Pan American Club. 





ELROD, ELTON 

Palestine 
Major: Bible; Minor: Religious Education. 
Ministerial Association, Secretary '41, President '42- 
'43. S. C. R. A. President of Mood Hall Crusade. 
Chapel Choir '42-'43. Chorus '41-'42, '42-'43. Spanish 
Club. Mask & Wig. 

EVANS, ALBERT 
Georgetown 
Major: Business Ad.; Minor: Economics. 
Phi Delta Theta, Treasurer '41-'42. Panhellenic 
Council '41-'42. 



FURRH, JEANNE 

Elysian Fields 
Major: History; Minor: Physical Education. 
Zeta Tau Alpha, Guard '42. French Club '41. Mask 
& Wig '41. Sports Club '41 -'42, Secretary '42. 

GIPS, PAUL 

Yorktown 
Major: Physical Education; Minor: History. 
Football '41 -'42, '42-'43. Basketball '43. Tennis '42-'43. 
University Honor Court '42. Student Senate '41-'42. 
President Independent Association '42-'43. Sports 
Club '42-'43. 




HORN, KATHLEEN 

Smithville 
Major: Art; Minor: History. 

Zeta Tau Alpha, Secretary '40-'41, President '42-' 43. 
Student Senate '40-'41, '41-'42, '42-'43. Mask & Wig 
'39-' 40. Secretary Student Association '40-'41. Univer- 
sity Honor Court '40-'41. Le Cercle Francois. Art 
Club '40-'41. L. K. Hall Honor Council '42-'43. Pan- 
hellenic Council. Chorus '40-'41. Zeta Tau Alpha 
Beauty '41-'42. 

HOSKINS, MOLLY 

Lufkin 
Major: History & Government; Minor: Education. 
Zeta Tau Alpha. Le Cercle Francais '40-'41-'42. 
Sports Club '40-'41-'42. 



KARR, JOE 
Dallas 
Major: Business Ad.; Minor: Economics. 
Sou'wester Staff, Photographer '41 -'42, '42-'43. Pi 
Gamma Mu. 

KILGORE, DANA 

Malakoff 
Major: Chemistry; Minor: Mathematics. 
Who's Who in American Colleges '42-'43. Sports 
Editor Sou'wester '41-'42, '42-'43. Student Senate '41- 
'42. President Southwestern Science Society '42-'43. 
President Mood Hall Council '41-'42-'43. Independ- 
ent Executive Council '41 -'42. President Honor Court 
'41-'42-'43. 



GODBEY, CHARLES PERRY 

Georgetown 
Major: Chemistry; Minor: Mathematics 
Dramatics Club '40-'41, '42-'43. Pi Kappa Delta '40- 
'41, '41-'42, '42-'43. Science Society '41, '41-'42, '42-'43. 
Speech Club '41-'42. Alpha Chi '42-'43. Who's Who 
in American Colleges '42-'43. Ministerial Association 
'42-'43. German Club '43. 

GREGG, DEWITT 

Kingsbury 
Major: Mathematics; Minor: Biology. 
Alpha Chi, Pi Gamma Mu, Science Society. 



GUNN, OLLIE 

Troy 
Major: Business Administration; Minor: Eco. 
Sports Club. 

HEDGE, KATHRYN 

Henderson 
Major: Speech & Drama; Minor: English. 
Alpha Delta Pi, Social Secretary. University Honor 
Court '42. Pi Gamma Mu. President National Col- 
legiate Players. President Mask & Wig '41 -'42, '42- 
'43. Vice President Alpha Chi. Best Actress '39-'40, 
'41-'42. Who's Who in American Colleges '42-'43. 
Speech Club. Sigma Tau Delta. Assistant in Speech. 
Assistant Editor of Magazine '40-'41. 




McPHAIL, DOROTHY 

New London 
Major: Business Administration; Minor: Eco. 
S C R. A. '39-'40. Library Assistant '39-'40, '40-'41, 
'41-'42, '42-'43. L. K. Hall Honor Council '42-'43. Stu- 
dent Senate '42-'43. 

MARTIN, RUTH 

Lakeland, Fla. 
Major: History & Government; Minor: English. 
Chorus '38-'39. Mask & Wig '38. Alpha Chi '39-'40- 
'41-'42. Student Assistant in History and Govern- 
ment '39-'40-'41-'42. Secretary to Dean '41-'42. Pan 
American Club '38-'39-'40-'41-'42. 



MELBERT, JAMES S. 

New Orleans, La. 
Major: Chemistry; Minor: Mathematics. 
Kappa Alpha, Vice President '42-'43. President 
Senior Class '42-' 43. University Honor Court '41-'42- 
'43. Panhellenic Council '41-'42. Science Society '41- 
'42-'43. Texas Academy of Science '41-'42-'43. Die 
Deutsche Verein '40-'41-'42-'43. Mask & Wig '40-'41. 
Band '40-'41. Chorus '41-'42-'43. 

MEREDITH, SPENCER 

Calvert 
Major: Chemistry and Biology; Minor: Math. 
Alpha Chi '41-'42, '42-'43. Who's Who in American 
Colleges '42-'43. Science Society. 





MICKLE, NAN 
Eastland 
Major: English; Minor: Education. 
Alpha Delta Pi, Secretary '42-'43. Pi Gamma Mu, 
Secretary '42. Alpha Chi, Megaphone, '40-'41. As- 
sistant Editor Sou'wester '41-'42. Publicity Director 
for Southwestern University. Secretary of Ex- 
Students. A. P. Representative for S. U. 

MILLER, PAUL 
Longview 
Major: Band 
Band '39-'40, '40-'41, '41-'42, '42-'43. Kappa Alpha. 



MIMS, FRANCES 
Georgetown 
Major: English; Minor: History. 
Delta Delta Delta, President '41. Who's Who in 
American Colleges '41-'42-'43. Megaphone Staff '41- 
'42. Student Senate '41-'42. Alpha Chi '41-'42. Pan- 
hellenic Council '41-'42. Pi Gamma Mu. English 
Assistant. 

MURRAY, CHAD 
Georgetown 
Major: Religion and Philosophy; Minor: English. 
Who's Who in American Colleges '42-'43. S. C. R. A. 
Ministerial Association, President '42-'43. Student 
Director of S. C. R. A. Pi Gamma Mu. 




RICE, JOHN 
Odessa 
Major: Chemistry; Minor: Biology. 
Football '40-*41, '41-'42, '42-'43. Basketball '40-'41, '41- 
'42, '42-'43. S. C. R. A. Sports Club. "S" Association. 
Kappa Sigma. 

ROYAL, PHILLIP 
Georgetown 
Major: Religion, Philosophy; Minor: English. 
Ministerial Association '42-'43. S. C. R. A. 



RUNNELS, VERNON 

Humble 
Major: Chemistry; Minor: Biology. 
Basketball '41-'42, '42-'43. Student Senate '41-'42. 
Kappa Sigma. 

SANDHERR, MARGARET 

Sonora 
Major: English, Speech and Drama; Minor: Foreign 
Languages. Phi Mu, Pres. '42-'43. Alpha Chi; Pi 
Gamma Mu. Pi Kappa Delta. Mask & Wig. Student 
Senate '42-'43. L. K. Hall Honor Council '41 -'42, '42- 
'43. Panhellenic Council, Secretary Girls' Panhel- 
lenic '42. Speech Club '41 -'42. Vice President Junior 
Class '41 -'42. S. C. R. A. Vice President Girls' Cru- 
sade, Pan American Club '39-'40, '40-'41, '41-'42. 



PHILLIPS, ROBERT 
San Augustine 
Major: Art; Minor: English. 
Kappa Sigma. Art Club. Band. 

PICKARD, GWENDOLYN 

San Antonio 
Major: Elementary Ed.; Minor: Drama <S Speech, Art. 
Alpha Delta Pi, Magazine Chairman '42-'43. Mask 
& Wig, Secretary '41 -'42, Publicity Chairman '42-'43. 
Speech Club '42-'43. German Club '42-'43. 



RAGSDALE, LOUIS 

Jacksonville 
Major: Speech and Drama; Minor: Government. 
Mask & Wig '41-'42-'43. Alpha Chi '42-'43. Pi Gamma 
Mu '42-'43. 

RHODES, ABB 

Georgetown 
Major: Business Ad.; Minor Economics. Phi Delta 
Theta. 




SHIREY, BILL 

Georgetown 
Major: Bible; Minor: Speech. 
Chorus '40-'41, '42-'43. Ministerial Association. 
S. C. R. A. 

SICELOFF, COURTNEY 

DeLeon 
Major: Government and Economics; Minor: Bible 
and Speech. S. C. R. A., President '41-'42. Pi Gamma 
Mu, President. Alpha Chi. Independent Executive 
Council '41 -'42. Mood Hall Honor Council '41. Uni- 
versity Honor Court. Pi Kappa Delta. 



SKELTON, JAMES 

Lubbock 
Major: Chemistry; Minor: Biology. 
Kappa Sigma. 

SMITH, MARIE JEANNE 

Georgetown 
Major: Business Administration; Minor: Eco. 
Alpha Delta Pi. Alpha Chi. Pi Gamma Mu. Pan 
American Club. Mask & Wig. 





STANALAND, MAX 

Tyler 
Major: Band; Minor: Mathematics. 
Band '39-'40, '40-'41, '41-'42, '42-'43. Kappa Alpha. 

TERRY, BILL 

Wichita Falls 
Major: Business Administration and Economics. 
Minor: History and Government. 
Phi Delta Theta. Mask <S Wig '41-'42. Megaphone 
'41 -'42. S. C. R. A., Recreation Committee '42-'43. 
Band Manager '42-'43. President Student Associa- 
tion '42-'43. 



TORBETT, JOY 

Marlin 
Major: English and Business Administration; Minor: 
Economics. Alpha Delta Pi, Treasurer '41-'42, '42- 
'43. Band '39-'40, Treasurer '41-'42, '42-'43. Mask & 
Wig '39-'40. English Assistant '42-'43. Business Ad- 
ministration Assistant '42-'43. L. K. Hall Honor Coun- 
cil '42-'43. President English Club '42-'43. S. C. R. A. 

TYREE, JEANNE 

Rosenberg 
Major: English; Minor: Education. 
Zeta Tau Alpha, Vice President '40-'41; Guard '42. 
Mask & Wig '40-'41. Le Cercle Francois '40-'41. Art 
Club '40. Pianists' Club '40. Kappa Alpha Sweet- 
heart '40. 




MIMS, JOE MILTON 

Georgetown 
Major: Chemistry; Minor: Biology. 
Kappa Alpha; Band '39-'40; '40-'41, '41 -'42, '42-'43; 
Assistant Director '40-'41-'42; Band Director '42-'43; 
Science Society '42-'43. 

FLANAGAN, ELIZABETH 

Georgetown 
Major: Public School Music and English. 
Alpha Delta Pi; Sigma Tau Delta '41-42, '42-43; 
Sec. '41-42; Alpha Chi '42-'43; Musical Arts Club '41- 
'42, '42-'43; Pres., '41-'42; Pianist Club '40-'41, '41-'42; 
Mozart Society '42-'43; Spanish Club '39-'40; Mask 
& Wig '39-'40, '40-'41. 



WOLF, CAB 

Clarksville 
Major: Chemistry; Minor: Biology. 
Pre-Med Club; Kappa Sigma; French Club, Vice- 
President Freshman Class. 

WRIGHT, ROBERT 

Stamford 
Major: Business Ad.; Minor: Economics. 
Kappa Sigma; "S" Association '41-'42, '42-'43; Foot- 
ball '39-'40, '40-'41, '41-'42, '42-'43. 



WALLACE, LIBBYE JO 

Sonora 
Major: Business Administration; Minor: Eco. 
Phi Mu, Treasurer '42-'43; Mask & Wig '41-'42, '42- 
'43; Student Senate '42-'43. Pan American Forum 
'41-'42, '42-'43. 

WELTY, JUNE 

San Antonio 
Major: Physical Education; Minor: History. 
Zeta Tau Alpha; Sports Club, Sec. '41-'42; Mask & 
Wig; Megaphone; Library Staff; Student Assistant 
in P. E. 



WALKUP, MARIAN 

Mexia 
Major: Speech and Drama; Minor: History and 
Government. Alpha Delta Pi; Mask & Wig; Pan 
American Forum; Senior Panhellenic Representa- 
tive; Speech Club. 

WALDEN, LAVERNE 

Crockett 
Major: Voice; Minor: Public School Music 
Delta Delta Delta, Pres. '42-'43; Chorus; Mask <S Wig; 
University Honor Court '42; L. K. Hall House Council 
'42-'43 (Pres.); Mozart Club; French Club; Chapel 
Choir; Student Senate '42-' 43; Sec. of Student Assoc. 
'42-'43; Fine Arts Club; Rainbow Queen; Who's 
Who; Panhellenic Council; Pres., Girls' Council 
'42-'43. 





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JAMIE CARROLL 
Secretary 



BETSY NICHOLS 
Vice-President 




Arisco, Angelo 

Port Arthur 


Arnold, Mildred 

San Antonio 


Behrens, Howard 

Copperas Cove 


Benold, Douglas 

Georgetown 


Bergquist, Linnea 
Georgetown 


Berry, Jerry 
Cleveland 


Biggs, Doris 
Georgetown 


Bledsoe, Mrs. Marvin 

Jarrell 


Bledsoe, Marvin 

Jarrell 


Britt, Louise 

Wheeler 


Brown, Lottie 

Mathis 


Carroll, Jamie 

Taft 


Carvey, Frank 
Dallas 


Cocke, Delia 

Georgetown 


Cole, Hugh 
Cisco 


Curtis, Myers 
Rosebud 





Davidson, Ray 

Port Arthur 



Davis, Cay 

El Campo 



Elder, James M. 
Dallas 



Godbey, Margaret 
Georgetown 



Green, Ray 

Georgetown 



Grimes, Mary Dean 

Cleveland 



Gunn, Murrell 

Montgomery, La. 



Holmes, Bill 

San Saba 



Hook, Martha Jo 

Hammond, La. 



Howard, Helen Claud Howard, Frances 

Georgetown Georgetown 



Hutcherson, Rex 

Sonora 



Kirkland, Ernestine 
Breckenridge 



Lampert, Harry 
Lorena 



Lindenberg, Kurt 

Fredericksburg 



Lundblad, John H. 

Georgetown' 





Martin, John Ed 
Jacksonville 



Mackintosh, Robert 

Oil City, Pa. 



McCorquodale, James Moore, Kathleen 

Conroe Lamesa 



Moores, Gloria 

Texarkana 



Murray, Marie 

Georgetown 



Nichols, Betsy 

Vernon 



Patterson, Elizabeth 

Georgetown 



Peck, Gerald 

Georgetown 



Pennington, Stanley 

Georgetown 



Perkins, Mauryne 

Corpus Christi 



Picard, Betty Lee 

San Antonio 



Porter, Evelyn 

Palestine 



Price, Charles 

Georgetown 



Ragsdale, Wendell 
Jacksonville 



Ray, Edwin 

Canton 





Richardson, Ted 

Plainview 



Robertson, John 

Georgetown 



Royal, Katherine 

Temple 



Scarborough, C. B. 
Dallas 



Scoggins, Grant 

Georgetown 



Shaw, Charles 

Georgetown 



Sheets, Rowena 
Georgetown 



Sherman, Francille 

Briggs 



Shook, Hollis 
Hutto 



Smathers, Betty- 
Pasadena 



Stephenson, William Wakefield, Margaret Nell 
Mt. Pleasant Midway- 



Walker, John Roger Thompson, Sarah Frank Ullrich, Mary Ann Winkler, Milton 

Breckenridge Georgetown Georgetown Moody 






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JACK GILLUM 
President 






JUNE JEFFERS 
Secretary 



JULIA BYROM 
Vice-President 




Adkins, Evans, 

Brady 


Jr. 


Alaniva, Marian 

Jacksonville 


Barton, Jimmie 
Buda 


Bewley, Lewis 
Odessa 


Blankenship, Betty- 
Jacksonville 


Boles, Martha Rae 

Conroe 


Bostick, Selma Ray 

Marshall 


Boughton, Edwin 
Hollywood, Calif. 


Box, Don 

San Antonio 




Brabham, Edith A. 
Roswell, N. Mex. 


Bradshaw, Thelma 
Grapeland 


Bratton, Move Ann 

Cleburne 


Byrom, Julia 
Georgetown 




Campbell, Larry 
Jasper 


Campbell, Bob 

Austin 


Chafin, James L. 

Sinton 





Chafin, Othel 

Sinton 


Chatham, Tom 

Mexia 


Clark, Frances 

Honey Grove 


Cockrum, Allen 

Houston 


Coffin, Wayne 

Miami 


Cooke, Charles 
San Angelo 


Cunningham, Marjorie 
Houston 


De Grassi, Winr 
Amarillo 


Deschner, Anton 
Laredo 


Dusek, Melvin 

Granger 


Ellison, James 

Hillsboro 


Everett, Mark 
Conroe 


Farmer, Helen 

West Columbia 


Farris, Bobbie Faye 
Georgetown 


Fullen, Betty 

Beaumont 


Gillum, Jack 
Georgetown 





Greer, Barry 
Brownwood 


Haley, Glen 

Roswell, N. Mex. 


Harding, Harold 

Byers 


Hart, Royal 

Miles 


Hooton, William 
Dallas 


Hunt, Laura 

Portland 


Jeffers, June 
Temple 


King, Mandy Lou 
Beaumont 


Kopecky, Ruth 
Flatonia 


Lackey, Cornelia 
Bledsoe 


Langston, Kathryn 
Cisco 


Laubach, Paul 

Georgetown 


Le Tulle, Sam 

Bay City- 


Littlejohn, Daphne 

Kingsville 


McGraw, Eltis 

Port Arthur 


Mattox, Causey 

Newton 





Mayes, Helen 
Ozona 



Meredith, McLaurin 

Calvert 



Miles, Edgar 

Georgetown 



Morris, Joe 

Hollywood, Calif. 



Mount, Shirley- 
Waco 



Nelms, Jane 

Houston 



Osborne, Sibyl 

Pampa 



Owens, Bobbie 

Houston 



Pace, Barbara 

Baytown 



Palmer, Ed 

Goldthwaite 



Parker, Mary 

Pampa 



Pickle, Franklin 

Georgetown 



Purcell, Margaret 

Beaumont 



Reichenstein, Jean 

Fort Worth 



Riley, John L. 

Conroe 



Rinn, Thomas 

Yoakum 





Roberts, Mary 
Georgetown 



Robinson, Dorothy 

Spring 



Rogers, Katherine 
Dallas 



Roper, Theresa 

McGregor 



Rosenblad, Ben 
Taylor 



Rouser, George 
Georgetown 



Rucks, Mary Beth 
Angleton 



Rupp, Katherine 

Falfurrias 



Sampley, Margaret 

Quanah 



Shaw, Martha 

Georgetown 



Shell, Frances 

Georgetown 



Sneed, Bob 

Galena Park 



Stacy, Gwendolyn 

Houston 



Stinson, Betty 

Conroe 



Tegge, Stanley 
Schwertner 



Thompson, Billy Lou 
Snyder 





Towns, Sue 

Georgetown 



Vermeil, Patricia 

Houston 



Wagner, Willi Edna Walker, Arthur 

Burnet Georgetown 



Wallace, Frances 

Corpus Christi 



Wallace, William 

Holland 



Wardlaw, Rachel 
Del Rio 



Webernick, Nelson 

Morgan 



Westmoreland, Jane 

Marshall 



Wilson, Buddy 
Pampa 



Windham, Ruth Ann Wright, Elizabeth 

Georgetown Stamford 



Wunsche, Willie Mae 

Spring 



Yanch, Dorris 

Houston 



Dolan, Lois 

Georgetown 



Young, Mary Margaret 
Georgetown 




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ED HARRIS 
President 




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BETTY CARROLL 
Secretary 



MORRIS BRATTON 
Vice-President 




Adair, Eldridge 

Beeville 



Adams, Eugenia 

Cleburne 



Adams, Betty- 
Dallas 



Adams, Wanda Rose Allen, Frances 

Gouse Beaumont 



Allen, Gloria 

Georgetown 



Allen, Martha 
Fort Worth 



Anderegg, Vera 

Fredericksburg 



Barker, Mary Louise Bartlett, Josephine 
Houston Lufkin 



Bartley, Gloria 

Georgetown 



Bartley, Norma 
Georgetown 



Bean, Mary Frances Beaty, Eleanor Bell, Lila Ruth 

Ozona Orange Smiley 



Bethea, Corinne 

Wharton 



Bettison, Vera 
Galveston 



Bingham, Percy 

Quemado 



Blomquist, George Boatman, Marie 

Jarrell Bastrop 





Boezinger, Otto 
San Antonio 



Bourne, Betty Jo 

Sebastian 



Brown, Emily 

Houston 



Carlson, Wallace 
Georgetown 



Carroll, Betty 

Taft 



Chafin, Billy Jo 

Sinton 



Chafin, Olin 

Sinton 



Chudej, Eugene 
Yoakum 



Clabough, David 

Carthage 



Colca, Rose Marie 

Houston 



Cole, Edward 

Cisco 



Darwin, J. B. 

Waco 



Dewald, Ernest 
Copperas Cove 



Dickinson, Elouise 
Brownwood 



Dobie, Catherine 

San Antonio 



Dolan, Mary Ann 
Georgetown 



Edens, Edith Jane 

Wharton 



Feaster, Ivon 

Bryan 



Fowler, Boyce 

Dallas 



Francis, Mary 

Houston 





Freeman, Betty 

Lufkin 


French, G. W. 

Frost 


Froehner, Calvin 
San Antonio 


Fugua, Thomas 
San Antonio 


Galloway, Alexander 

Pearsall 


Gerhold, George 

Cuero 


Garrett, Eleanor 

Kosse 


Gideon, Jewell 

Fort Worth 


Gilbert, John 

Houston 


Gordy, Sarah 

Dallas 


Grayson, Margaret 
Temple 


Hallauer, Jean 

Breckenridge 


Harrell, Ann 

Breckenridge 


Heck, Rose Ann 

Giddings 


Henderson, Ethel 
Georgetown 


House, Dwight 

Artesia, New Mexico 


Hunt, Lev 

Cleburne 


Kendrick, Corinne 
Karnes City 


Lee, Jan 

Colorado City 


Modisett, Joyce 

Houston 





McCrary, Jack 

Mathis 



McDowell, Jean 

Breckenridge 



McNallen, Pat 

Breckenridge 



McSwain, Milda 

Amarillo 



Maclin, H. T. 

Fort Worth 



Mann, William 
Brady 



Matthews, Downs 

Houston 



Morris, Charlie Bob 
Bastrop 



Munden, Horace 
Fort Worth 



Munson, James 
Georgetown 



Newberry, Robert 

Houston 



Phillips, Raymond 

Marshall 



Northington, Delle 
Lampasas 



Pitts, Stanford 
Conroe 



Ortega, Hernando 

Panama City, 
Republic of Panama 

Ramey, Ernest 

Georgetown 



Perry, Dorothy 

Houston 



Roberts, Boy dene 

San Antonio 



Phillips, Peggy 

San Augustine 



Rosenbush, Loraine 

Houston 





Rupp, Loraine 

Falfurrias 



St. Clair, Virginia 

Georgetown 



Sansom, Lou Ellen 

Georgetown 



Score, John 

Georgetown 



Sherman, Willard 
Round Rock 



Sholars, Jean 

Orange 



Siceloff, John 
De Leon 



Sneed, Ann 

Galena Park 



Starry, Edwin 
Yoakum 



Stewart, Jacqueline 

Houston 



Stephenson, Charles Stokes, Carl 
Mt. Pleasant Thrall 



Switzer, David 

Beaumont 



Taylor, Cora 

Galveston 



Wendland, Bobbye Lee 
Temple 



Travis, Katherine 
Kerrville 



Tschoerner, Frankie Joe Vogt, Wilma 
Jarrell Houston 



Wallace, Bernice Weems, Virginia 

Justin West Columbia 





Tower, John 

Beaumont 



West, Norman Westerfield, Bobbie Lou Wilkins, Rudolph Williamson, Marie 

Brady Wichita Falls Bastrop Austin 



Wise, Mary Kay 

Corpus Christi 



Womack, Dewey 

Pelly 



Wools, Dorothy 

Hondo 



Yaeger, Josephine Gray, John 

Hebbronville Fort Worth 



Freshmen get acquainted at S. C. R. A. frolic . . . modeling creations by the upperclassmen at the 
Freshman Parade under the supervision of the Vigilance Committee . . . upperclassmen keep Fresh- 
man flag from flying at Homecoming game . . . "sounding off." 




Opnng Oemester Otudents 



MARY CATHRYN ROGERS, IV 
Georgetown 



KELLEY LOU BOUNDS, III 
Tehuacana 



THOMAS E. GOSSETT, III 
Houston 



LOUIS PITCOCK, II 
Graham 



HELEN FAIRCHILD, I 
Houston 



JACK HINES, I 
McKinney 



LOUISE JACKSON, II 
Orange 



WILLIAM MALISH 
Granger 




THE TENTH PRESIDENTIAL INAUGURATION 





J. N. R. Score was inaugurated the 
tenth president of Southwestern Uni- 
versity, October 6, 1942. 
Gov. Stevenson at the flag-raising exercises. 
The Governor delivers his address. 
The Academic Procession. 
The procession to West Gymnasium for the 
Inauguration ceremony. 

Dr. Score receives the seal of the University 
from Dr. Cody, President of the Board of Trus- 
tees. 




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Top to bottom: James Allen, Sydney Binford, John 
Roger Walker. 

Left to right: Kathryn Hedge, Charles Perry Godbey. 





First row: Dana Kilgore. 

Second row: Spencer Meredith, Chad Murray. 

Third row: Frances Mims, LaVerne Walden, Court- 
ney Siceloff. 





1. Mennard the Magician and Dot Perry at the Church reception welcoming students back to school. 2. At the 
Faculty-Student Reception the students put on their best manners, and the faculty their best togs; here Harding is 
greeted by the Scores and Dean Ferguson. 3. "And in this corner — " five dignified seniors on Inauguration Day. 
4. This is what they ran through that line for— John and Jimmie serve punch to Cay and escort at Faculty-Student 
Reception. 5. Senior Blalock gives Greer and Munden something to aspire to — Inaugural ceremonies gave him this 
golden opportunity. 6. On to the gym, but not for commando. 7. Senior girls await Academic Procession to the 
gym — Brockette shows George how it should be worn (as if she knew). 8. Gov. Stevenson stands at attention while 
Southwestern honors its boys who have given their lives for their nation. 9. Guests and underclassmen gather for 
the celebration. 10. Inauguration of President Score brought to our campus such distinguished guests as our Gov- 
ernor, President of the Board, and Bishops. 




1. Even the Pirates can't take Langston's mind off the Air Corps, but the other Phi Mu's have their eyes on the ball. 

2. And the Band played on— each football game brought another spectacular Miniature Pigskin Revue by Tom 
Johnson. 3. Bernhart Binford turns to cotton-pickin'. 4. Two more cotton-pickin' A.D.Pi's (Boles and Dolan) do their 
part for victory. 5. Alpha Delts "all out" for the war effort as they prepare to mobilize at Cook's farm. 6. Queen 
LaVerne Walden and attendants Sarah Barber and Kathleen Horn at the Dinner of the Golden Bowl. 7. Golden 
Bowl gals more interested in camera than food— amazing, isn't it? 8. Senior girls are honored in the traditional 
Ritual of the Golden Bowl. 9. Dean's niece, Ginger, freguent visitor to the campus, swings out with Sammy Le Tulle. 
H. T. Maclin is fascinated by the step. 10. Jean, Frances, and Mary Kay entertain the gang at the A.D.Pi jail party. 
11. The Stephensons, Charlie and Bill, decide who will clean the room for Mood Hall Open House. 




1. The professors, Mr. Marsh and the Fairbanks at the height of their academic dignity as they enjoy the delicacies 
of the Homecoming Barbecue. 2. Rex and Cab, with dates Billie Lou and Emily, view the Homecoming Game at 
which the Pirates took the army by storm. 3. Cockrum pauses in the midst of social life to doze over a trig book. 
4. A typical chapel scene — Paul, Dana, and Jean in the Tavern. 5. Ray and Puff listen to the advice of that settled 
couple, Mr. and Mrs. Mims. 6. Contrary to real life, Johnny and Sydney take on serious roles in the Mask and Wig 
fall production, "Gillean." 7. Newcomer Myers Curtis reveals his talent to the Southwestern audience in the role 
of Gillean. 8. The sextet sings songs to the boys in the service at the Pigskin Revue. 9. June and Mary Margaret 
use their winning smiles to persuade Betty to leave the practice room long enough to go to the Homecoming game. 
10. The one thing never idle on the S. U. campus is the marble machine at the Tavern. Allen, Scarb., Sookie, Rex, 
and Albert watch their fortunes diminish. 



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1. Dr. E. Stanley Jones, on the campus for the Methodist Student Movement, poses with Dr. Finch and Chad. 2. Court- 
ney, as president of the conference, welcomes Dr. Jones to the University and to the conference. 3. Mr. Castle and 
Miss Hagopian furnish the music for the Carol Dinner. 4. Barber, Mayes, and Hanch represent "The Joy of Dawn" 
at the Carol Dinner. 5. After Guest Night pledge McDowell and Cheerful McNallen entertain Miss Walkup, who 
seems very unappreciative. Buddy and Allen are part of the scenery. 6. True love turns its back on cameraman — 
they pretend to be enjoying the radio. 7. Those were the days, Kirk and Corky — however, the atmosphere created 
by the Christmas decorations couldn't have affected these beguiling glances. 8. Banty, Rice, and Campbell furnish 
more decoration for the Yuletide season. 9. Dr. Score and companion exemplify democracy at Southwestern. 
10. If that's Wallace, Morris, and Boughton those aren't books they're looking at. 11. School spirit soared at this 
basketball game when the whole gang turned out. Grandma came but couldn't leave her German at home. 




1. Albert— Betty, Icky— Kctppie, Bieber— Is that you, Pete?— at the Victory Dance. 2. Cab and Gerry, Molly and C. B. 
find the Victory Dance a peaceful relief just before the storm — final exams. 3. Joe, Jimmy, and James graduate at 
mid-term, just in time to go to work for Uncle Sam— Brother White returned to the campus for the graduation services. 
4. Mr. Compton, what have you just told Moye and Sookie? Compton entertains the girls just before he joins the 
Academic Procession for the graduation exercises. 5. Dr. Score confers B.S. degree on Jimmy Melbert. 6. Dana, 
Nan, Brockette, and Wayne await the convocation services. 7. Seniors Adkins, Wallace, Sandherr, Bartosh, and 
McPhail just before assuming their dignity to walk in the Academic Procession. 8. Libbye and Tommy — together 
as always— just before he leaves for the Air Corps. 9. More basketball fans— Rex and Billie Lou. 10. Bewley, 
Corky, Sonny, and Yank cram feverishly the nite before finals. 1 1 . Kappie and Fran get their share of vitamin C 
on the flagpole. 12. Kathleen entertains Sig brothers at the Tavern between classes. 




1. In Mr. Brown's marriage relations class, Walkup, Brockette, Kappy, and Kilgore take it all in. 2. Band boosts the 
; morale of the basketball team. 3. Bill and Bobbye Lou between classes. 4. Mrs. Moses signing in her wandering 

children, Cherry, and Alice. 5. Miss Kuan shares the latest bit of Confucius' philosophy with "Fly," Moye Ann, and 
JMandyLou. 6. Beauty and the beast. Britt and friend. 7. Royal and Alex — two studious gentlemen. 8. Sandie 

and Bean pose for the birdie, while other Phi Mus furnish the background. 9. Percy, Bill, and Bancroft wait 

impatiently for the dinner bell while John "Towers" over them. 10. Ragsdale, Kirkland, and Miles put their hearts 
iinto the script in Mr. Marsh's radio class. 11. Thelma and Harold emerge happily from the Tavern. It must have 
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The Board of Publications is made up of some 
members of the faculty, and the Business Manager. 
This board works with the editors to produce the 
various publications 



BILL TERRY 



Standing: M. Howard Knox, Sprigg Harwood. 

Seated: Carl B. Compton, I. J. McCook, M. L. Williams, Gordon B. Wolcott. 





STAFF 

Sydney Binford Editor 

James McCorquodale - - - Art Editor 

Louis Ragsdale Feature Editor 

Jeanne Tyree Assistant 

Mandy Lou King Assistant 

Marjorie Cunningham - Assistant 

Thelma Bradshaw Assistant 

The Southwestern Magazine is a monthly publi- 
cation composed of the literary efforts of the students 
on this campus. It is now in its sixty-first year of 
publication, and is the oldest publication in the state. 




BINFORD 



Standing: Ragsdale, King, Bradshaw, Tyree, McCorquodale 
Seated: Binford, Cunningham 





TERRY, SHELL, BRADSHAW 




STEPHENSON, LeTULLE, TAYLOR 




COLE, ALLEN, LUNDBLAD, WELTY 



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STAFF 
Editor - - -" - . . Frances Shell 
Associate Editor - - - Bill Stephenson 
Society Editor - - - Thelma Bradshaw 
Sports Editor - - - Martha Rae Boles 
Business Manager - Bill Terry- 

Sponsor ----- Sprigg Harwood 
Reporters: June Welty, Sam LeTulle, Gloria 
Allen, Eloise Dickinson, John Tower, 
Edward Cole, Cora Alice Taylor, Paul 
Bieberstein, C. D. Wilson 




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Assistant Editor 
Society Editor - 
Art Editors - 

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Sports Editor 
Class Editors - 



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STAFF 

Merrelle Adkins 

- Betty Lee Picard 

- Nan Mickle 

- Margaret Sandherr 
Mandy Lou King 
Wanda Rose Adams 

Joe Kan- 
John Score 
- Dana Kilgore 

- Martha Lou Bishop 
Bobbye Owens 
Jean Hallauer 

- Dr. G. B. Wolcott 





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The Stewards of the S. C. R. A. Rev - Bob Goodrich of Houston and Wayne Coffin 




Bob, Dr. Jones, and Courtney 




OFFICERS 



President - 
Vice-President - 
Secretary - 
Student Director 
Director 



Courtney Siceloff 

- Bob Sneed 

- Kathryn Hedge 

- Chad Murray 

Dr. Finch 



The Student Council of Religious Ac- 
tivities is an organization which has an 
open membership and does its work in 
the fields of Worship, Recreation, Com- 
munity Service, and Deputations. It 
was host this year to the State Student 
Movement, which had Dr. E. Stanley 
Jones as speaker. 

Its work is financed by voluntary 
student contributions, of which 50 per 
cent or more is sent away from the 
campus for missions. It meets one 
evening each month at which time 
a visiting speaker is invited. Its four 
committees function between the regu- 
lar meetings of the organization, and 
the recreational committee sponsors 
several all-school parties during the 
year. 




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TEAMS 



Jean Hallauer 
Thelma Bradshaw 



John. Siceloff 
Royal Hart 



Joe Morris 

J6hn Roger Walker 



COACH 
T. H. Marsh 




The Southwestern Debaters have had 
an active season in spite of the war 
situation. They have attended five 
Forensic Tournaments and have de- 
bated teams from Southwest Texas 
State Teachers College, St. Edward's 
University, Mary Hardin Baylor Col- 
lege, and the University of Texas, in 
addition to the teams met at the vari- 
ous tournaments. 

Miss Jean Hallauer and Mr. Joe Mor- 
ris have been outstanding this year in 
winning individual contests, including 
first places in Radio Speaking and Ex- 
temporaneous Speaking. Our "war 
time" winnings include ten different 
awards for this season. 




SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY 

CHORUS 



Roxie Hagopian 
Director 





Linnea Bergguist 
Accompanist 




st row: Heck, Wright, Wcriden, Bishop, Howard, Brown, Hagopian, Robinson, 

.nt, Wallace, Wise, Wunsche, Britt. 

cond row: McDowell, Edens, King, Langston, Henderson, Northington, Francis, 

x, Garrett, Owens, Rosenbush, Perry. 

ird row: Bergguist, Adams, Vogt. 

urjh row: Walker, Shirey, Elrod, Cole, Froehner, Powell. 





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First row: Miles, Rouser, Coffin, Davidson, 
Second row: Jeffers, Torbett, Tower, 
Kendrick, Young. Third row: Scoggins, 
ton, Phillips, McNallen, Switzer, Cocke. 
win, Roper, Edge, Holmes. 


Joe Mims 

Director Fall Semester 


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Stancdand, Miller, Ullrich, Feaster, Lee. 
Carlson, McGraw, Shaw, Hooton, Sheets, 
Ragsdale, Gray, Stephenson, Ramey, Bar- 
Fourth row: Allen, Deschner, Pickle, Dar- 



Paul Miller 

Director Second Semester 



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Wendland, Howard, Cole, Colca, Allen, Howard. 
Director: Mr. Castle; Accompanist: Bethea. 



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First row: Elrod, Brockette, Gideon, Nelms, Wallace; Dean Myer, Director. 

Second row: Roper, Adams, Bishop, Bergquist. 

Third row: Murray, Curtis, Ellison, Meredith, Phillips, Froehner, Stegall. 








RANDOLPH M. MEDLEY 
Head Coach 



CLARENCE A. SHEETS 
Assistant Coach 



RICE, GIPS, BANCROFT, FARMER, 
COBB, J. CHAFIN, KRUPPA, MORRIS, BARTON, TEICHELMAN, STARRY 




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Back row: Medley, Farmer, Bewley, Morris, Adair, Cobb, Bingham, Dewald, Teichelman, Robinson, 
Haley, Bratton, House, J. Chafin. 

Middle row: Kruppa, McFarland, Walker, Rice, Gips, Wright, Halbrook, Graves, Barton, Bancroft, 
Campbell, Starry. 

Front row: Mackintosh, Webernick, Sneed, O. Chafin, Blomquist. 



The Southwestern University Pirates opened the '42 season in good form 

» by defeating Lamar Junior College. Paul Gips tossed a soggy pigskin over the 

heads of the boys from Beaumont for a 13 to victory. Both touchdowns were 

made on passes to freshmen ends. This game introduced the Pirate eleven 

which was composed largely of freshmen. 



LAMPERT, BERKLEBACK, GERHOLD, CHUDEJ 




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EDWIN BANCROFT 
3 Letter, Back 



PAUL GIPS 
2 Letter, Back 



JOHN RICE 
2 Letter, Back 



The Pirates dropped their first home game to the Schreiner Institute Moun- 
taineers by a score of 14 to 6. The lone Pirate tally came from a 25-yard pass, 
Gips to Bewley. Although the Buccaneer passing attack worked well, it was 
overshadowed by the ground offensive of the Mountaineers. 



ELDRIDGE ADAIR 
1 Letter, Center 



C. B. MORRIS 
1 Letter, Center 





ARTHUR WALKER 
Squad, Back 



J. P. GRAVES 
1 Letter, Center 



PERCY BINGHAM 
1 Letter, Back 



LEWIS BEWLEY 
1 Letter, Back 



The Pirates trampled Allen Academy on Snyder Field to the beat of 32 to 0. 
Gips and Wright collaborated on the heaving end to chalk up five touchdown 
passes; three of which went to Rice, halfback and ace receiver. Rice made 
three of the five touchdowns while Bratton and Farmer were good for one each. 




ED FARMER 
1 Letter, Back 

BOB WRIGHT 
4 Letter, Back 







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O. CHAFIN 
Squad, Back 

B. CAMPBELL 
1 Letter, Back 




Southwestern journeyed to San Marcos where they dropped a tough one to 
S. W. T. C. Bancroft turned in some neat ground gaining plays while Gips, 
Rice and Farmer collaborated on a beautiful 65-yard pass and lateral touch- 
down. Even though the Bucs outgained their opponents the score stood 19 to 12 
against them. 



FRANK BARTON 
Squad, Guard 



ERNEST DEWALD 
Squad, Tackle 



NELSON WEBERNICK 
1 Letter, Tackle 





BUNERD BERKLEBACK 
Squad, Guard 



HARRY LAMPERT 
3 Letter, Tackle 



GEORGE GERHOLD 
Squad, Guard 



The Abilene Christian College Wildcats out-mudded the Pirates on Snyder 
Field for an 18 to victory. Hampered greatly by the weather, the Pirates 
attempted only ten passes during the game. 



EUGENE CHUDEJ 
Squad, Tackle 



JAMES CHAFIN 
1 Letter, Tackle 



ED TEICHELMAN 
Squad, Tackle 





EMIL KRUPPA 
Squad, Guard 



ED McFARLAND 
1 Letter, Guard 



BOB MACKINTOSH 
Squad, Back 



SID ROBINSON 
Squad, Back 



Southwestern added another victory October 31, when they defeated Austin 
College 19 to 7. This time the variable Pirates featured a ground attack that 
was good for two of the touchdowns. 

Next week the Bucs scalped the McMurry College Indians to the tune of 
26 to 19. The ball took to the air again as the Pirates completed 11 passes for 
208 yards. Early in the second period Bancroft took the ball on an off-tackle 
play for 66 yards and a touchdown. 



GLENN HALEY 
Squad, End 



MORRIS BRATTON 
1 Letter, End 



H. J. HALBROOK 
Squad, Tackle 





The Pirates completed the season by taking two teams from Camp Hood in 
the same week. The 628th division ot the Tank Busters fell before a Pirate 
onslaught by the count of 59-0. Three days later the Bucs took the 776th 
division by the score of 79-0. 

The Pirates took third place in the Texas Conference and scored 150 points 
in eight games. 



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BLOOMQUIST 
Squad, tackle 



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RANDOLPH M. MEDLEY 
Coach 




As the smoke cleared from another exciting season of basketball S. U. fans sat back 
and relaxed. The release was duly earned, as they had been right on the edge of the seat 
watching the best games yet in West Gymnasium. Although the Pirates were short on hit- 
ting the basket in the pinch, they never ceased to fight. The squad produced the best ball- 
handling aggregation Southwestern has had in years. Those games with Howard Payne 
and T. W. C. were thrillers that filled the gym with people and enthusiasm. The lack of 
accuracy around the basket put the Pirates down the list when the scores were added, but 
the Bucs certainly furnished the fast type of basketball everyone desired. 




JOHN RICE 

Captain 

Three letter, Guard 



PAUL BIEBERSTEIN 
Two letter, Guard 





GLEN HALEY 
Two letter, Center 




ALBERT COBB 
Three letter, Forward 



ROBERT MACKINTOSH 
One letter, Guard 



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One letter, Forward 



PAUL GIPS 
One letter, Guard 



ELDRIDGE ADAIR 
One letter, Center 



Around left end with Rice. 






DWIGHT HOUSE 
One letter, Forward 




MORRIS BRATTON 
One letter, Forward 



KURT LINDENBERG 
Squad, Guard 




Webernick looks for a guard. 






DOONEY MATTOX 
Squad, Forward 



J. BLOOMOU1ST 
Squad, Center 



LEV HUNT 
Squad, Forward 



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Sponsor 



EDWIN BANCROFT 
President 



JOHN RICE 

J. P. GRAVES 

Members to the 

Athletic Council 



Back row: Hunt, Chafin, Haley, Webernick, Mackintosh 

3rd row: Adair, Lampert, Bingham, Campbell, House, Bratton 

2nd row: Rice, Bancroft, Cobb, Graves 

1st row: Morris, Bergner, McFarland, Starry, Gips 





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CLARENCE A. SHEETS 
Director for Men 



PAUL BIEBERSTEIN 
Assistant Director 



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Kappa Alphas 




RUTH MARY NELSON 
Director for Women 



JUNE WELTY 
Assistant Director 




Tri Delts 




Zeta Tau Alphas 





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First Team 




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Second Team 




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BILL TERRY 
President 



OFFICERS 

LA VERNE WALDEN 
Secretary 



REX HUTCHERSON 
Vice-President 



The Students' Association is the means by which the 
students of Southwestern govern themselves. It is composed 
of the entire student body of the University. The executive 
officers of the association are elected in an all-school election 
which is held during the Spring term. These officers are 
president, vice-president and secretary. The association 
has as its legislative branch, the student Senate, which is 
composed of twenty members; and its judicial branch, com- 
posed of fourteen members, is the University Honor Court. 
The Mood Hall Honor Council and the Laura Kuykendall 
Hall House Council are branches of the University Honor 
Court. 



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First row: Barton, Bieberstein, Colca, Edge, Horn, House 

Second row: Hutcherson, Kilgore, Kirkland, McPhail, Morris, Nichols 

Third row: Rhodes, Sandherr, Sneed, Stephenson 

Fourth row: Terry, Ullrich, Walden, Walker, Wallace, Wallace 



The Student Senate is composed of rep- 
resentatives from the various classes and 
organizations on the campus. Meetings 
are called once a month by the Student 
President, who acts as chairman for the 
body. It is the duty of the Senate to nomi- 
nate candidates for all school elections 
and to perform the usual duties of a legis- 
lative organization. 






First row: Adkins, Benold, Bergguist, Binford, Britt, Carlyle, Cox 
Second row: Davis, Edge, Flanagan, Godbey, Godbey, Green, Gregg 
Third row: Hedge, Martin, Meredith, Mickle, Mims, Peck, Ragsdale, Sandherr 
Fourth row: Siceloff, Smith, Ullrich, Walker, Brown, Ferguson, Howard, Wolcott 



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OFFICERS 

President - - - James Allen 

Vice President - - - Kathryn Hedge 
Secretary - Lynette Edge 



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First row: Adkins, Arnold, Bergner, Brigman, Brown, Cooke, Carlyle 

Second row: Edge, Finch, Gregg, Hedge, Hester, Karr, Medley 

Third row: Mickle, Neas, Mims, Murray, Ragsdale, Rhodes, Sandherr, Score 

Fourth row: Simmons, Smith, Torbett, Ullrich, Wagner, Walker, Williams. Wright 




OFFICERS 

President - - - Courtney Siceloff 
Vice President - - John Roger Walker 
Secretary - Nan Mickle 



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First row: Allen, Allen, Benold, Biggs, Bilhartz, Behrens, Carlson, Chafin. 

Second row: Cooke, Dickinson, Deschner, Godbey, Hallauer, Kilgore, Laubach Miles 

Third row: Meredith, Meredith, Gregg, Mims, Morris, Peck, Rice, Rouser. 

Fourth row: Melbert, Wallace, Wallace, Young, Godbey, Wolcott, Fairbanks, Brown 



KILGORE 




OFFICERS 

President Dana Kilgore 

Secretary - - - - Douglas Benold 
Treasurer ----- Gerald Peck 



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First row: Alctniva, Allen, Barker, Bethea, Binford, Bishop, Bradshaw, Britt, Byrom 
Second row: Carroll, Clark, Cole, Dolan, Dolan, Edge, Francis, Freeman, Godbey 
Third row: Hagopian, Harris, Howard, Howard, Hunt, Kopecky, Mayes, Nelms, North- 

ington 
Fourth row: Phillips, Purcell, Ragsdale, Roberts, Rogers, Rupp, Shaw, Stephenson, 

Stewart 
Fifth row: Towns, Walker, Wallace, Wallace, Windham, Wise, Yanch, Young. 



OFFICERS 



President 
Secretary 
Sponsor 



Hernando Ortega 

Mary Margaret Young 

Miss Morgan 



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HERNANDO ORTEGA 





First row: Bergner, Bledsoe, Box, Coffin, Curtis. 

Second row: Cooke, Dewald, Ellison, Elrod, French. 

Third row: Froehner, Galloway, Godbey, Gunn, Lawler, Murray 

Fourth row: Ray, Richardson, Royal, Shook, Shirey, Shephenson 



ELROD 




OFFICERS 

President ------ Elton Elrod 

Vice-President - - - - Myers Curtis 

Secretary Wayne Coffin 



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First row: Stokes, Switzer, Winkler, Womack, Sneed. 
Second row: Bostick, Bratton, Godbey, Kopecky, Murray 
Third row: Owens, Reichestein, Roper, Royal, Harwood, Finch 
Fourth row: Knox, McCree, Marsh, Simmons, Score, Waggoner 



COFFIN 



FACULTY ADVISERS 

Dr. Finch 
Dr. Simmons 



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First row: Alaniva, Allen, Bartosh, Bean, Bergquist, Binford, BosticK. ' 
Second row: Bradshaw, Britt, Colca, Dickinson, Ellison, Elrod, Godbey. 
Third row: Grayson, Harding, Heck, Hedge, King, Kirkland, Littlejohn. 



GILLUM 




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First row: McDowell, Martin, Modisette, Moores, Perry, Phillips, Phillips. 
Second row: Picard, Purcell, Sandherr, Score, Shell, Siceloff, Sneed. 
Third row: St. Clair, Tower, Ullrich, Walkup, Wendland, Wise, McKenzie. 



HEDGE 



OFFICERS 

President Kathryn Hedge 

Vice-President - - - - Myers Curtis 
Secretary - - - - Ernestine Kirkland 
Business Manager - - - Jack Gillum 





First row: Adams, Allen, Anderegg, Barker, Beatty, Bartlett 
Second row: Berry, Biggs, Boles, Brabham, Bratton, Brockette 
Third row: Brown, Carter, Cobb, Farmer, Feaster, Fullen 
Fourth row: Furrh, Grayson, Gunn, Harrell, Hoskins, Littlejohn 



BARRY GREER 
Vice President 






First row: Mayes, Moores, Nichols, Pace, Perry, Phillips 

Second row: Phillips, Rosenbush, Sholars, Sneed, St. Clair, Stinson 

Third row: Taylor, Travis, Tyree, Vogt, Wakefield, Weems 

Fourth row: Welty, Wendland, Westerfield, Williamson, Wools, Yaeger 



PAUL BIEBERSTEIN 
President 









EXECUTIVE COUNCIL 

James Allen; Martha Lou Bishop; Hans Bergner; Lottie Brown, President Girls' Association; Sam Cobb; 
Paul Gips, President; Mandy Lou King; Dorothy Robinson; Courtney Siceloff. 



PAUL 







First row: Bethea, Bettison, Brigman, Britt, Carroll, Carroll, Coffin 
Second row: Farmer, Gillum, Graves, Hallauer, Horn, Hutcherson, Jeffers 
Third row: McCorquodale, McNallen, Morris, Nelms, Nichols, Rhodes, Runnels 
Fourth row: Sandherr, Score, Smothers, Wakefield, Walden, Walkup, Walker 



OFFICERS 



President - - - - 
President Girls' Council - 
Secretary Girls' Council - 



Rex Hutcherson 
La Verne Walden 
Margaret Sandherr 



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First row: Allen, Barker, Biggs, Binford, Boles, Brabham, Bradshaw, Brockette. Second row: Carlyle, 
Cooke, Cunningham, Dolan, Dolan, Feaster, Flanagan, Edge. Third row: Hallauer, Heck, Hedger, Hen- 
• derson, Hook, Kirkland, McDowell, McSwain. Fourth row: Britt, Mickle, Moores, Lee,' Nelms, Northington 
Pace, Patterson. Fifth row: Picard, Pickard, Perry, Purcell, Rogers, Roper, Rosenbush, Sheets, Smith' 
Sixth row: Sneed, Towns, Torbett, Vennell, Walkup, Wallace, Westerfield, Wise, Yanch. 



OFFICERS 




President 
Secretary 
Treasurer 



Louise Britt 

Nan Mickle 

Betty Lee Picard 



LOUISE 



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First row: Bieberstein, Bilhartz, Boughton, Campbell, Carvey, Cochrum 
Second row: Dusek, Elder, Fuqua, McNallen, Melbert, Miller 
Third row: Morris, Palmer, Rinn, Scarborough, Walker, Wilson 



OFFICERS 



President - 
Vice President 
Secretary - 



- Fred Brigman 

- James Melbert 
C. B. Scarborough 





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First row: Adams, Allen, Barton, Beaty, Brown, Byrom 

Second row: Carroll, Carroll, Hunt, Littlejohn, Minis, Mount 

Third row: Sholars, Shaw, St. Clair, Thompson, Thompson, Ullrich 

Fourth row: Wakefield, Wardlaw, Wendland, Williamson, Wools, Yaeger, Howard 



OFFICERS 

President La Verne Walden 

Vice President - - Jamie Carroll LA VERNE WALDEN 




Secretary 
Treasurer 



- Shirley Mount 
Mary Ann Ullrich 



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First row: Barton, Blalock, Campbell, Chatham, Chudej, Cobb, Coffin 
Second row: Davidson, De Grassi, Graves, Greer, Harris, Hooten 
Third row: Hutcherson, Mattox, Morris, Phillips, Price, Rice 
Fourth row: Scoggins, Skelton, Starry, Tower, Wilken, Wright 



OFFICERS 

G. M. - - - - Vernon Runnels 

G. P. - - - - Ray Davidson 

G. S. - - - - - Jesse Blalock 

G. T. - - - - Bobby Phillips 





VERNON RUNNELS 








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First row: Alaniva, Bean, Bethea, Clark, Colca, Dickinson 

Second row: Garrett, Jeffers, Kendricks, Langston, Roberts, Sandherr 

Third row: Smathers, Stacy, Stewart, Vogt, Wagner, Wallace 





OFFICERS 


President - - - Margaret Sandherr 
Vice President - - - Betty Smathers 
Secretary - Fritzie Wagner 
Treasurer - - - Libbye Jo Wallace 




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First row: Bewley, Bingham, Box, Chafin, Clabaugh, Darwin, Evans, Everett 
Second row: Farmer, Fowler, Gilbert, Gillum, Harding, Holmes, Le Tulle, Lundblad 
Third row: Maclin, Matthews, McCorguodale, McCrary, Pickle, Pitts 
Fourth row: Riley, Rhodes, Score, Sneed, Stephenson, Stephenson, Switzer, Terry 



OFFICERS 



President 
Secretary 
Treasurer 



Abb Rhodes 

Jack Gillum 

John H. Lundblad 




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First row: Barber, Bartlett, Bergguist, Berry, Bettison, Carter, Davis 

Second row: Edens, Farmer, Fullen, Furrh, Freeman, Grimes, Harrell 

Third row: Hoskins, Mayes, Nichols, Perkins, Phillips, Porter, Sampley, Shell 

Fourth row: Stinson, Taylor, Tyree, Weems, Welty, Westmoreland, Windham, Wright 



OFFICERS 




President - Kathleen Horn 

Vice President - Jean Tyree 

Secretary ----- Cay Davis 
Treasurer - - - Mittie Sue Carter 




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1. Bully, Chid, and Vernon get in some good football practice. 2. Haley and J.P. see that Adair and 
Mackintosh get their work done right. 3. Southwestern's Science Building receiving spring cleaning 
in anticipation of inspection by the Navy — Seems as if Bob's all up in the air over his work. 4. Three 
hits and a miss — Starry, Fullen, Cobb, and Morris. 5. All grins — Percy, Abbie, and Buddy. 6. "Blondie" 
in some deep thought. 7. In case you don't recognize these three participants of Hell Week, they are 
Phillips, Harrell, and Bartlett. 8. Alpha Delts loyally supporting their volleyball team. 9. BillHooten 
is the name. 




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I. Le Roy and Vera rushing madly to meet the demands of chapel crowds. Scarb is hopeful, but Bill and Brigman 
are about to give up the idea of getting that coke. 2. Sue and Bobbie Faye trying to make the great decision— Will it 
be chapel or the Tavern? 3. If it's Mary Ann, she's talking — here she entertains some fortunate souls with her gift 
of gab. 4. Hello, Air Corps! Southwestern' s male population decreases as the boys depart to serve Uncle Sam. 
Good luck, fellas! 5. Mandy Lou, as usual, on the inside looking out. (Probably she's behind the fence trying to 
dodge commando.) 6. Blondie, Buddy, John, Emily, the Cochrum brothers, and Betty Adams enjoy the usual Sun- 
day afternoon at the river. Where's the date, Allen? 7. Fugitives from a toothpaste ad, Betty, June, and Margie. 
8. The picnickers have returned. This time Cochrum has his gal. It's Louise Jackson. 9. The Sigs give a fare- 
: well party in honor of their contribution to the air corps. Here are Margaret Nell, Grant, Billie Lou, and Rex. 




1. The brotherly attitude of the S. U. boys as portrayed by Bill, Hans, and Paul. 2. Sonny and Miss Neas caug. 
by the cameraman en route to the Ad. Building. 3. Robert Koch leaves the campus after a morning of classe 
4. Bieberstein and Pete spend a quiet Sunday afternoon in the garden behind L. K. Hall. 5. Genie, Mary Bet 
Bishop, Selma, Vera, and Mary gather in Grayson's room for a session. 6. Phis and Sigs clash on the athlet 
field; but it's all in fun, as is shown by Holmes and Price. 7. Ragsdale's oral final was one of the high spots of tt 
year. Here he does credit to Shakespeare in Hamlet's soliloquy. 8. In contrast, he and Sydney were co-starre 
in a comedy. 9. Football boys discuss possibility of coming season with arrival of naval unit . . . Haley, Bloomquis 
Adair, Mackintosh. 



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1. Spring brings the beauty contest at which Miss Sarah Barber of Jacksonville was chosen Most Beautiful Girl. 

2. The organization beauties — Rose Marie Colca, La Verne Walden, Cay Davis, Alice Bartosh, Ernestine Kirkland. 

3. Corky and Louise at the dance after the beauty contest. 4. Colca, Morris, Boles,' and Bieberstein enjoy refresh- 
ments at intermission. 5. George and Myers— our candidates for the most glamourous pair at the beauty contest. 
6. Sgt. Tom Johnson returns to the campus for a brief visit. 7. Those white collars must mean Sunday — Ray and 
Mac on their way to church. 8. Edgar Miles at the Tavern between classes. 9. Nan and Wayne just wandering 
around enjoying themselves. 




1. Bob, Betty, Abb, Blondie and Pat pause and oblige the cameraman. 2. Dooney and Pat looking 
pleased with each other and rightly so. 3. Fran debating the question of whether she should honor 
the teacher with her presence at class. 4. House and Bloomquist looking thoughtful over a coming 
boxing match. 5. Mac, as usual, getting in somebody's hair. This time it's George's. 6. Grayson, 
Ragsdale, and Dot on their way to play rehearsal. 7. Delle, Eleanor, and Libbye Jo brave the March 
wind to watch some campus reconstruction. 8. Mr. "Cockpit," "Peacock" (alias Pitcock) and Ivon 
look doleful at the prospect of chapel. 



Princ 




1. Corkey displays the record of the contributions for the Service Flag. 2. Palmer, Mary Beth, and 
John Roger in the lobby after dinner. 3. Jewel hastily reviewing her lesson before going to class. 
4. Phillip on the way home after a morning of classes. 5. Grandma never neglects her patients, and 
even at the Ad. Bldg., Bradshaw tries to get an excuse to miss class. 6. Students listen intently to 
Mr. Marsh in speech class. 7. Exa and Brock watch the airplanes pass. 8. Rainey, Milda, and Purcey 
waiting for classes. 9. Ann receives some brotherly advice from Bob. 




1. John and Calvin take a rest between classes. 2. COMMANDO — who the victims are we can't 
detect. 3. Haley and Lampert waiting for the lunch bell. You might as well go home now, boys. 
4. Gloria charms Chafin and Adair with her smile and personality. 5. Bob and Milda on the way 
to a show. 6. John and Dr. Olson collaborate on a scientific problem. 7. Hanch and LaVerne taking 
their daily dozens in "Commando" class. 8. Flanagan and Walkup on their way to class? 9. Just 
out of class, Emily and John head for the Tavern. 10. Varied reactions to Mr. Marsh's latest antics in 
Oral Interpretation class. Viewed here are Kirkland, Bradshaw, Wallace and Kopecky. 11. "Penny" 
caught in a thoughtful mood in the garden on a Sunday afternoon. 



WESTMINSTER 

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of 



SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY 

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NEOMI SCHUMAN 

Bachelor of Science 
Foreign Language 



THOMAS L. CRENSHAW 
Dean of Westminster 

A.A., B.A., S.T.B., M.A. 
English, Philosophy 



RAYMOND E. MENDENHALL 

B.A., M.A., PedM., Ph.D. 
Education 



SARAH T. REED 

B.S. 
Business Administration 



MILTON SLAYDEN 

B.A., B.D. 
Religious Education 



SAMMIE M. WILLIAMS 

B.A. 
Chemistry 



MARGARET N. GOODLETT 

B.A., B.E., M.A. 
Mathematics 



MARION H. FARROW 

B.A., M.A. 
History, Government 




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THELMA ASTON 

McAllister, Okla. 

Religious Club 



BARNETT, MELLIE 

Mexia 

Pres. of Council 

Dramatic Club 

Annual Staff 



BOUNDS, LILLA JO 

Tehuacana 

Religious Club 



FORD, LOUISE 
Mexia 






HARDISON, KEET 

Personville 

Religious Club 

Basketball 

Vice-Pres. of Soph. 



HARRISON, DEANE 

Dew 

Student Council 



HAWKINS, JACK 

Groesbeck 

Religious Club 

Basketball 



LAMBERT, CHARLENE 
Mexia 





MATTHEWS, FRANCES 

Grapeland 

Religious Club 



McCartney, david 

Alexandria, La. 

Pres. of Rel. Club 

Dramatic Club 

Basketball 
Student Council 



McDonnell, rex 

Mexia 

Pres. of Soph. Class 

Dramatic Club 

Basketball 
Annual Staff 



RAY, ILENE 

Canton 

Religious Club 

Sec. of Soph. Class 



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BARNES, DOROTHY JUNE 

Mexia 

Dramatic Club 



BLAIR, BETTY RUTH 

Mexia 

Dramatic Club 



BRADY BETTIE JO 

Mexia 

Dramatic Club 



BURNEY, MONTIE RUTH 

Tehuacana 

Religious Club 




GOODRICH, LOUISE 

Groesbeck 

Religious Club 






HANCOCK, AUBREY 

Coolidge 

Basketball 




HOLLAND, MARY KATE 
Breckenridge 
Dramatic Club 




HANCOCK, V. T., JR. 
Coolidge 




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HINCHLIFFE, NORMAN 

Mexia 

Basketball 




JAMES, ROBERT 
Coolidge 



JAMES, MRS. RUBY 
Coolidge 



KENNEDY, CHARLES R. 

Mexia 

Basketball 

Dramatic Club 




LOPER, CLARK 
Fairfield 
Vice-Pres. 
. Basketball 




MURRAY, MILDRED 
Mexia 




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MURPHY, ROBERT 

Corsicana 

Dramatic Club 




PARISH, DOROTHY 
Dew 




McBAY, AUDLEY 
Groesbeck 
Rel. Club 




OUILLEN, BETTY JO 

Mexia 

Dramatic Club 

President 




McREYNOLDS, VETA RUTH 
Coolidge 




RUBIN, CLAIR JO 
Mount Calm 

Student Council 
Annual Staff 




>ENCER, JACKIE MAE 
Mexia 




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SHIVERS, BILLIE JEAN 

Forney 

Religious Club 




SLAYDEN, MRS. MILTON 
Tehuacana, Texas 



SIMMONS, ELEANOR 

Mexia 

Dramatic Club 




WHITE, ZENA 
Teague 



WALKUP, MARY EMMA 

Dawson 

Religious Club 



WILLIS, JOHN KARNER 

Tehuacana 

Student Council 

Basketball 




STUDENT COUNCIL 

McCartney, Soph.; Rubin, Fresh.; Barnett, Pres.; Harrison, Soph. 

Willis, Fresh. 




DRAMATIC CLUB 

Back row: McCartney, Moore, McDonnell, Kennedy. 

Second row: Murphy, Brady, Simpson, Holland, Barnett, Dr. 

Mendenhall, Director. 
Front row: Blair, Quillen, Simmons. 




RELIGIOUS CLUB 

Back row: McCartney, pres., McBay, Burney, Goodrich, Hardi- 

son, Slayden, Sponsor. 
Second row: Murphy, Shivers, Walkup, Rubin, Ray. 
Front row: Matthews, Aston, Bounds. 



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BASKETBALL CLUB 

Standing: Hinchliffe, Hardison, Kennedy, Loper, Willis, Men- 

denhall, coach. 
Seated: McCartney, Skinner, McDonnell. 




1 . Three stooges, Brady, Simpson, and Quillen. 2. Faked pose (Audrey Faye and Marion). 3. Worm's- 
eye view. 4. Miss Minnie and her "boys," Keet, David, Jack, Bob. 5. Week-end rush on librarians, 
Ilene, Thelma, and Jo. 6. Goodlett and her Trig, "sweatshop." 7. Keet and Norman mix while the 
others prepare to run. 8. Schools out! 9. Two fish, Charles and Betty. 10. Three "five-by-fives," 
Bob, Nig, and David, and Mrs. Slayden. 




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PRODUCE COMPANY 

Supplies Southwestern 
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Telephone 655 



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Wholesale Fruit and Produce 




AUSTIN. TEXAS 



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L. D. 28 



WHEN, IN AFTER YEARS .... 

You turn the pages of this Sou'wester, the history of the 1942-43 class, and view 
the photographs of old friends and acquaintances, may this familiar slogan 

"THE SIGN OP GOOD CLOTHES" 

that has appeared in all your college publications again come to your mind, and your 
friends and supporters at this store that features the newest college styles while 
they are new. 





Austin Headquarters for Alumni, 

Faculty and Student Body of 

Southwestern University 



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9th & Austin Avenue 
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GARAGE 

Georgetown, Texas 
Phone 120 

WILLARD BATTERIES 

GOODYEAR TIRES and TUBES 

CARTER CARBURETORS 




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JUST CALL 

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Cleaners and Dyers 

Serving Georgetown and Southwestern over a Quarter Century 
804 AUSTIN AVENUE PHONE 60 




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Serving Georgetown and Southwestern with 

Dependable Banking Service Since 1898 

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GEORGETOWN, TEXAS 

Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 

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Our Bank has stood the acid test for Safety, Service and Dependability 
through all the wars, money panics, depressions and recessions for almost 
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than at any time during its long period of service. To broaden our useful- 
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For more than a century of service nobly rendered; for 
vision of, and confidence in, the future; and for main- 
taining high and worthy standards, we honor South- 
western University. 

THE COOPER COMPANY, Inc. 

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GROCERS & COFFEE ROASTERS 



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BUILDING MATERIALS 



Telephone 34 



Georgetown 




Serving Georgetown and Southwestern 
Since 1893 

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THE SUM 

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Mexia, Texas 



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CLEANERS 

Woodie Patrick 

Phone 381 
J. A. CLARK, Tailor 



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Doing Business With 



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J. R. REED MUSIC CO. 

Austin's Leading Music House 
"Your Friends" Since 1901 


SHIRES CAFE 

We are glad to again be serving 
Southwestern and Georgetown 


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Cor. 12th and Church 

GEORGETOWN, TEXAS 

| Free Delivery Phone 3 


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Where Georgetown Is Entertained 


Compliments of 

S. T. ATKIN FURN. CO. 

Georgetown, Texas 


PALACE BARBER SHOP 

BARTLEY & SHORTY \ 


SHAW GROCERY 

Phone 349 


WARD'S SHOE SERVICE | 

Opposite P. 0. 
Georgetown, Texas 


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718 Austin Avenue 
Georgetown 


CATES PRINT SHOP 

For Quality Printing 
Georgetown 



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If you happen to glance over these words, may they bring back 
happy memories of "The Coke Dates" at 

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MOBILGAS— MOBIL LUBRICATION 
MOBILOIL 

MUNSON BROTHERS 

Phone 560 

Albert Munson — Abner Munson 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

FIRST NATIONAL BANK 

1890-1943 

Member F. D. I. C. 



BRADFORD PAINT CO. 

Wallpaper — Art Supplies 
Picture Framing — Fine Pictures 
Theatrical Make-up 

FREE PARKING LOT 

9th at Colorado 

Block South Governor's Mansion 

AUSTIN, TEXAS 

Wholesale Retail 



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— at — 

SID'S CAFE 

"Home of Good Food" 

Mr. and Mrs. Sid Eanes, Jr. 

Georgetown 



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NATIONAL BANK 
MEXIA, TEXAS 

Since 1882 

A good place to do your 
BANKING BUSINESS 

Member F. D. I. C. 



VISIT YOUR 

Western Auto 

ASSOCIATE STORE 



Compliments of 

WILCOX GROCERY 



Compliments of 

LUNDBLAD BROTHERS 

Hardware — Gifts 

Georgetown, Texas 



THE RED AND WHITE 

Georgetown, Texas 
MUNSON and LUNDBLAD 



CRONE'S BARBER SHOP 



SHELL FLORAL COMPANY 



For FLOWERS . . . Phone 177 




STUDENT DIRECTORY 



Adair, Eldridge — Beeville 

Adams, Genie— 403 N. Buffalo— Cleburne 

Adams, Betty— 1214 Belleau— Dallas 

Adams, Wanda Rose — Box 367 — Milano 

Adkins, Evans, Jr. — Box 528 — Brady 

Adkins, Merrelle— 2323 9th St— Port Arthur 

Alaniva, Marian — Jacksonville 

Allen, Frances — 2510 Evalon — Beaumont 

Allen, Gloria — Georgetown 

Allen, James — 1436 W. Park — Corsicana 

Allen, Martha— 2614 Rogers— Ft. Worth 

Anderegg, Vera — Box 985 — Fredericksburg 

Antoine, Herbert — 1415 Thompson — Houston 

Arisco, Angelo — 1235 Houston — Port Arthur 

Arnold, Mildred— 1313 Nolan— San Antonio 

Bancroft, Edwin — Powell 

Barber, Sarah — 524 Dallas — Jacksonville 

Barker, Mary Louise — 3329 Wichita— Houston 

Bartlett, Josephine— 513 Frank — Lufkin 

Bartley, Gloria — 405 E. 12th— Georgetown 

Bartley, Lurline — 405 E. 12th — Georgetown 

Bartley, Norma — 405 E. 12th— Georgetown 

Barton, Jimmie — Buda 

Barton, Frank — 405 State — Big Spring 

Barton, Bobby— Box 497— San Saba 

Bartosh, Alice — Box 187 — Granger 

Bean, Mary Frances — Box 308 — Ozona 

Beaty, Eleanor — 1308 Orange — Orange 

Beech, Marjorie — 1915 Grand— Ft. Worth 

Behrens, Mrs. Olive — Georgetown 

Behrens, Howard — Copperas Cove 

Bell, Lila Ruth— Box 191— Smiley 

Benold, Douglas — Georgetown 

Bergquist, Linnea — 311 E. 12th — Georaetown 

Bergner, Hans — Doss 

Berry, Jerry — Cleveland 

Bethea, Corinne — Box 543 — Wharton 

Bettison, Vera Mae— 3209 Ave. S— Galveston 

Bewley, Lewis — 410 N. Sam Houston — Odessa 

Bieberstein, Paul — Box 166 — Galena Park 

Biggs, Doris — 1402 Ash — Georgetown 

Bilhartz, Harrell — Breckenridge 

Binford, Sydney — Binford Ranch — Edna 

Bingham, Percy — Quemado 

Bishop, Martha Lou — Marfa 

Blalock, Jesse — Marshall 

Blankenship, Betty — 503 John — Jacksonville 

Bledsoe, Marvin— 1202 S. 5th— Temple 

Bledsoe, Mrs. Marvin— 1202 S. 5th— Temple 

Blomquist, George, Jr.— Rt. 1, Box 2— Florence 

Boatman, Marie — Box 552 — Port Lavaca 

Boezinger, Otto— 213 S. Monumental— San Antonio 

Boles, Martha Rae— Box 309— Conroe 

Bostick, Selma Ray— 1208 Jefferson— Marshall 

Boughton, Edwin— 1230 N. El Centro— Hollywood, 

Calif. 
Bourne, Betty Jo — Sebastian 
Box, Donald— 227 Walton— San Antonio 
Brabham, Edith Anne— 206 N. Penn— Roswell, N.M. 
Bradshaw, Thelma — Grapeland 
Bratton, Morris — 114 Claude— Cleburne 
Bratton, Moye Ann— 114 Claude— Cleburne 
Brigham, Fred — 1 1 1 Ranch — Uvalde 



Britt, Louise — Wheeler 

Brockette, Mary Ruth— Holland 

Brown, Emily — 1507 Kipling — Houston 

Brown, Lottie — Mathis 

Byrom, Julia— 1206 College — Georgetown 

Bounds, Kelley Lou — Tehaucana 

Campbell, Larry— Box 356 — Jasper 

Campbell, Bob— 616 W. 35th— Austin 

Carlson, Wallace — Route 3 — Georgetown 

Carlyle, Mary Jo— Box 743— Troup 

Carroll, Betty— Box 365— Taft 

Carroll, Jamie— Box 365— Taft 

Carvey, Frank— Lakewood Country Club— Dallas 

Carter, Mittie Sue — Box 800 — Conroe 

Chafin, Billie Joe— Box 645— Sinton 

Chafin, James — Box 645 — Sinton 

Chafin, Olin — Box 645 — Sinton 

Chafin, Othel— Box 645— Sinton 

Chatham, Tom — 301 Carthage — Mexia 

Chudej, Eugene — 210 Migl — Yoakum 

Clabaugh, David — Carthage 

Clark, Frances — Box 479 — Honey Grove 

Cobb, Albert— Rt. 2, Box 123— Calvert 

Cobb, Sam— Rt. 2, Box 123— Calvert 

Cochrum, Allen— 2022 Chilton Rd.— Houston 

Cochrum, Arthur— 2022 Chilton Rd.— Houston 

Cocke, Delia — 914 Walnut — Georgetown 

Coffin, Wayne — Rt. 1 — Miami 

Colca, Rose Marie — 1202 Banks — Houston 

Cole, Edward — Cisco 

Cole, Hugh' — Cisco 

Compton, Carl — 905 Walnut — Georgetown 

Compton, Mildred — 905 Walnut — Georgetown 

Cooke, Charles — Abilene 

Cooke, Evelyn — 1414 Ash — Georgetown 

Couser, George — Plessant 

Cox, Francis — Cameron 

Cox, Ike — Lufkin 

Cunningham, Marjorie — 4811 San Jacinto — Houston 

Curtis, Myers B. — Box 454 — Rosebud 

Daily, Mrs. Estelle — Georgetown 

Darwin, J. B.— Rt. 5, Box 824— Waco 

Davidson, Ray— 5033 7th— Port Arthur 

Davis, Cay — El Campo 

De Grassi, Winnette — 1503 Jefferson — Amarillo 

Deschner, Anton — Holding Institute — Laredo 

Dewald, Ernest — Rt. 1 — Copperas Cove 

Dickinson, Eloise — 1610 Tenth — Brown wood 

Dobie, Catherine — 1628 Mardell — San Antonio 

Dolan, Lois — Box 255 — Georgetown 

Dolan, Mary Ann — 1612 Main — Georgetown 

Dollahite, Florence Marie — Round Rock 

Dove, Homer — Three Rivers 

Dunson, Wayne — 2024 Lasker — Waco 

Dusek, Melvin — Granger 

Edens, Edith Jane — Wharton 

Edge, Lynette— 108 S. Sterling— Bryan 

Elder, James — 6642 Lakeshore — Dallas 

Ellison, James — 205 Corsicana — Hillsboro 

Elrod, Elton — Route 4 — Palestine 

Evans, Albert — 806 E. 12th — Georgetown 

Everett, Mark — Conroe 

Fairchild, Helen — Houston 



Farmer, Edward — Gonzales 
Farmer, Helen — West Columbia 
Farris, Bobbie Faye — 1251 Main — Georgetown 
Feaster, Ivon— 716 E. 27th— Bryan 
Flanagan, Elizabeth— 1312 Elm— Georgetown 
Fowler, Boyce — 4361 W. Potomac— Dallas 
Francis, Mary — 611 E. 15th — Houston 
Freeman, Betty — 1214 N. Raguet— Lufkin 
French, G. W., Jr.— Rt. 1— Frost 
Fullen, Betty— 2453 McFaddin— Beaumont 
Froehner, Calvin— Rt. 3, Box 208JJ— San Antonio 
Fugua, Tom — 1303 W. Woodlawn — San Antonio 
Furrh, Jeanne — Elysian Fields 
Galbreath, Oveta — Georgetown 
Galloway, Alexander — Pearsall 
Garrett, Eleanor — Box 107 — Kosse 
Gerhold, George — A&M Route — Cuero 
Gideon, Jewell— 1018 Franklin— Ft. Worth 
Gilbert, John— 21 17 Driscoll— Houston 
Gillum, Jack — Georgetown 
Gips, Paul — Yorktown 
Godbey, Charles Perry — Georgetown 
Godbey, Margaret Lee — Georgetown 
Gordy, Sarah— 3432 Binkley— Dallas 
Graves, J. P.— 2407 9th— Wichita Falls 
Gray, John Harrison— 604 W. 4th— Ft. Worth 
Grayson, Margaret — 309 N. Main — Temple 
Greer, Barry — Camp Bowie — Brownwood 
Green, Ray — Rt. 2, Box 5 — Georgetown 
Gregg, Dewitt — Kingsbury- 
Grimes, Mary Dean — Cleveland 
Gunn, Ollie — Troy 

Gunn, Murrell — Montgomery, Louisiana 
Gossett, Tom — 3000 Ella Lee Lane — Houston 
Halbrook, H. J.— Box 763— Odessa 
Haley, Glen— Rt. 1, Box 141— Roswell, N.Mex. 
Hallauer, Jean — 402 N. Miller — Breckenridge 
Hancock, Marvin — Box 186 — Jasper 
Harding, Harold — Byers 
Harrell, Ann— 1807 W. Walker— Breckenridge 
Harris, Ed. — Georgetown 
Hart, Royal — Box 65 — Miles 
Heck, Rose Ann — Box 296 — Giddings 
Hedge, Kathryn — 902 N. Marshall — Henderson 
Hester, Mrs. George — 1253 S. Main — Georgetown 
Henderson, Ethel — Georgetown 
Hines, Jack — McKinney 
Holmes, Bill — Houston 
Hook, Martha Jo — Hammond, Louisiana 
Horn, Kathleen— Box 403— Smithville 
Hooton, William— 103 N. Willomet— Dallas 
Hoskins, Molly— 206 N. Raguet— Lufkin 
House, D wight — Box 771 — Artesia, New Mexico 
Howard, Frances — Georgetown 
Howard, Helen Claud — Georgetown 
Huff, Allen— Houston 

Hunt, Lev — 208 W. Henderson — Cleburne / 
Hunt, Laura — Box 146 — Portland 
Hutcherson, Rex — Box 5516 — Sonora 
Jackson, Louise — 302 Decater — Orange 
Jeffers, June— 904 S. 11th— Temple 
Jones, Thomas Bert — Georgetown 
Karr, Joe— 4332 Purdue— Dallas 
Kendrick, Corinne — Box 243 — Karnes City 
Kilgore, Dana — Malakoff 
Kilpatrick, H. W. — Georgetown 
King, Mandy Lou — 1395 Prairie — Beaumont 



Kirkland, Ernestine — 902 E. Lindsey — Breckenridge 
Koch, Robert— Thrall 
Kopecky, Ruth — Flatonia 
Kruppa, Emil — Box 33 — Placedo Junction 
Knox, M. Howard — Georgetown 
Lackey, Cornelia — Goodland 
Lampert, Harry — Rt. 2 — Lorena 
Langston, Kathryn— 508 W. 7th— Cisco 
Laubach, Paul — Rt. 2, Box 48 — Georgetown 
Lawler, Ray — Burkburnett 
Lee, Jan — Box 478 — Colorado City 
Le Tulle, Sam— 2416 Ave. G— Bay City 
Lindenberg, Kurt — Fredericksburg 
Littlejohn, Daphne — Cousins Hall — Kingsville 
Lundblad, John H. — 1004 Rock — Georgetown 
Lee, Mrs. Helen — Georgetown 
McCorguodale, James — Box 68 — Conroe 
McCrary, Jack — Mathis 

McDowell, Jean — 1400 W. Walker — Breckenridge 
McFarland, Edward — 506 Howe — Lufkin 
McGraw, Eltis— 2229 14th— Port Arthur 
McNallen, Pat — Box 245 — Breckenridge 
McPhail, Dorothy — Box 337 — New London 
McSwain, Milda — 403 Grand — Amarillo 
Mackintosh, Robert— 1031 W. 1st— Oil City, Pa. 
Maclin, H. T., Jr.— 2915 Hale— Ft. Worth 
Malish, William — Granger 
Mann, William — Brady 
Martin, John Ed — Box 964 — Jacksonville 
Martin, Ruth— Rt. 2, Box 370— Lakeland, Fla. 
Matthews, Downs — 2212 Wroxton — Houston 
Mattox, Causey Wade — Box 53 — Newton 
Mayes, Helen — Ozona 

Melbert, Jimmy — 1105 State — New Orleans, La. 
Meredith, McLaurin — Calvert 
Meredith, Spencer — Calvert 
Mickle, Nan — Eastland 
Miles, Edgar M. — 404 Myrtle — Georgetown 
Miller, Etna— 402 W. 12th— Georgetown 
Miller, Paul— 206 N. 2nd— Longview 
Mims, Frances Fly — Georgetown 
Mims, Joe — Georgetown 
Modisett, Joy — 4147 Dover — Houston 
Moore, Kathleen — Star Rt. 4 — Lamesa 
Moores, Gloria — 1617 New Boston — Texarkana 
Morris, Charlie Bob — Bastrop 
Morris, Joe— 322 N. Ogden— Hollywood, Calif. 
Mount, Shirley— 922 N. 17th— Waco 
Munden, Horace — 2520 Edgewood — Ft. Worth 
Munson, James — Rt. 3, Box 6 — Georgetown 
Munson, Robin — Angleton 
Murray, Chad — Georgetown 
Murray, Marie — Georgetown 
Nelms, Jane — 3701 S. MacGregor — Houston 
Newberry, Robert — 2226 Indiana — Houston 
Nichols, Betsy— 2030 Nabers— Vernon 
Northington, Delle — Lampasas 
Northway, William— 220 E. Craig PL— San Antonio 
Ortega, Hernando — Box 423 — Panama City, Repub- 
lic of Panama 
Osborne, Sibyl — Star Rt. 2, Box 3 — Pampa 
Owens, Bobbie — 8336 Jennings — Houston 
Pace, Barbara — 602 7th — Baytown 
Palmer, Ed — Box 355 — Goldthwaite 
Parker, Mary — Star Rt; 2 — Pampa 
Patterson, Elizabeth — Georgetown 
Peck, Gerald — Route 5 — Georgetown 



Pennington, Stanley — Rt. 1, Box 13 — Georgetown 
Perkins, Mauryne — 345 Clifford — Corpus Christi 
Perry, Dorothy — 511 1 Brae Burn — Houston 
Phillips, Robert — San Augustine 
Phillips, Peggy — San Augustine 
Phillips, Raymond — 1207 Esplanade — Marshall 
Picard, Betty Lee — 119 Patterson— San Antonio 
Pickard, Gwendolyn — 335 W. Rosewood — San 

Antonio 
Pickle, Franklin — 312 N. Main — Georgetown 
Pitcock, Louis — 1230 4th — Graham 
Pitts, Stanford— Box 424— Conroe 
Porter, Evelyn — 402 S. Magnolia — Palestine 
Price, Charles— 207 E. 10th— Georgetown 
Purcell, Margaret — 2425 Harrison — Beaumont 
Ragsdale, Louis — 546 S. Ragsdale — Jacksonville 
Ragsdale, Wendell — Rt. 3 — Jacksonville 
Ramey, Ernest — Georgetown 
Ray, Edwin— Canton 

Reichenstein, Jean — 2017 Pembroke — Ft. Worth 
Rhodes, Abb, Jr. — 1004 Walnut — Georgetown 
Rice, John — 415 Lee — Odessa 
Richardson, Ted — Plainview 
Riley, John — Conroe 
Rinn, Thomas— Yoakum 

Roberts, Boydene — 1818 W. Mistletoe — San Antonio 
Roberts, Mary Louise — 1108 E. 10th — Georgetown 
Robertson, John — 2002 Church — Georgetown 
Robinson, Dorothy — Spring 
Robinson, Sid — 621 Cain — Lufkin 
Rogers, Mary Cathryn — Georgetown 
Rogers, Katherine — 4220 San Carlos— Dallas 
Roper, Theresa — Box 66 — McGregor 
Rosenblad, Ben — Rt. 2 — Taylor 
Rosenbush, Loraine — 1947 Portsmouth — Houston 
Rouser, George — 203 E. 7th — Georgetown 
Royal, Phillip — Georgetown 
Royal, Mrs. Phillip — Georgetown 
Rucks, Mary Beth— Box 384— Angleton 
Runnels, Vernon — Box 65 — Humble 
Rupp, Katherine — Falfurrias 
Rupp, Lorraine — Falfurrias 
St. Clair, Virginia — Georgetown 
Sampley, Margaret — Box 454 — Quanah 
Sanaherr, Margaret — Sonora 
Sansom, Lou Ellen — 820/4 Main — Georgetown 
Scarborough, C. B. — 3923 Meadow — Dallas 
Scoggins, Grant — Hodges Apt. — Georgetown 
Score, John — 1305 E. 12th — Georgetown 
Shaw, Charles — 1222 Main — Georgetown 
Shaw, Martha — 409 University — Georgetown 
Sheets, Rowena — 307 E. 13th — Georgetown 
Shell, Frances — Box 686 — Georgetown 
Sherman, Francille — Briggs 
Sherman, Willard — R.F.D. 2 — Leander 
Shirey, William— 1610 Elm — Georgetown 
Sholars, Jean — 505 15th — Orange 
Shook, Hollis — Salado 
Siceloff, Courtney — Midlothian 
Siceloff , John — Midlothian 
Skelton, James— 1902 A 15th— Lubbock 
Smothers, Betty — Box 3— Pasadena 
Smith, Billie Jo— 207 S. Miller— Breckenridge 
Smith, Marie Jeanne — 704 E. 12th — Georgetown 
Sneed, Ann — Box 168 — Galena Park 
Stacy, Gwendolyn — 3118 Sunset — Houston 



Stanaland, Max— 603 E. Berta— Tyler 

Starry, Edwin — Yoakum 

Stephenson, Charles — Mount Pleasant 

Stephenson, William — Mount Pleasant 

Stewart, Jacqueline Sue — 2617 Yupon Dr. — Houston 

Stinson, Betty — Conroe 

Switzer, David — 2385 Victoria — Beaumont 

Stegall, Raymond— 1211 Washington — Ft. Wonh 

Taylor, Cora Alice — Galveston 

Tegge, Fred Stanley — Schwertner 

Teichelman, Edwin — Rt. 1 — Hutto 

Terry, William— 1801 Kemp— Wichita Falls 

Thompson, Billy Lou — Rt. 1 — Snyder 

Thompson, Sarah — 904 Main — Georgetown 

Torbett, Joy— 313 Foster— Marlin 

Tower, John — 2140 Victoria — Beaumont 

Towler, O. K.— 2140 Washington— Ft. Worth 

Towns, Sue — 1225 Main — Georgetown 

Travis, Katherine — 100 W. Main — Kerrville 

Tschoerner, Frankie Joe — Rt. 2, Box 16— Jarrell 

Tyree, Jeanne — Rosenberg 

Ullrich, Mary Ann— 1414 S. College — Georgetown 

Vennell, Patricia— 1212 Milford— Houston 

Vogt, Wilma Jeanne — 3065 Locke Lane — Houston 

Voigt, Kathleen Jo — Round Rock 

Voigt, Xenia — Round Rock 

Wade, Charles Chester — Rt. 4 — Groesbeck 

Wagner, Fritzie — Inks Dam — Burnet 

Wakefield, Margaret Nell — Midway 

Walden, La Verne— Box 364— Crockett 

Walker, Arthur — Box 467 — Georgetown 

Walker, John Roger — Box 668 — Breckenridge 

Walkup, Marian — 907 E. Bowie — Mexia 

Wallace, Bernice-^Justin 

Wallace, Frances — 1001 N. Chaparral — Corpus 

Christi 
Wallace, Libbye Jo — Sonora 
Wallace, William— Rt. 2— Holland 
Wardlaw, Rachel — 413 Greenwood — Del Rio 
Webernick, Nelson — Box 204 — Morgan 
Weems, Virginia — West Columbia 
Welty, June — 755 Fulton — San Antonio 
Wendland, Bobbye Lee— 1204 N. 3rd— Temple 
West, Norman— Box 187— Brady 
Westmoreland, Jane — 813 S. Washington — Marshal] 
Westerfield, Bobbie Lou— Rt. 2, Box 244— Gulfport, 

Mississippi 
Wilkins, Rudolph — Bastrop 
Williams, Bryon — Box 545 — Ozona 
Williams, Dan Moody — Rt. 1 — Georgetown 
Williamson, Marie— 3809 Ave. G— Austin 
Wilson, Buddy — 806 N. Craven— Pampa 
Windham, Ruth Ann — 1402 Vz Ash — Georgetown 
Winkler, Milton— Rt. 1— Moody 
Wise, Mary Kay— 1 107 3rd— Corpus Christi 
Wolf, Cab— Clarksville 
Womack, Dewey — Box 384 — Pelly 
Wools, Dorothy — Hondo 
Wright, Elizabeth— Box 6— Stamford 
Wright, Robert— Box 6— Stamford 
Wunsche, Blondie — Box 125 — Spring 
Yaeger, Josephine — Hebbronville 
Yanch, Dorris — 1636 Milford — Houston 
Young, Mary Margaret — Georgetown 
Zindler, Esther Mae — Box 124 — Schwertner